The Women at Point Sur (INSCRIBED, with original photographs). Robinson Jeffers.
The Women at Point Sur (INSCRIBED, with original photographs)
The Women at Point Sur (INSCRIBED, with original photographs)

The Women at Point Sur (INSCRIBED, with original photographs)

New York: Boni & Liveright, 1927. First Edition. Includes a personal inscription from Robinson Jeffers to Lester Donahue; a handwritten postcard to Mr. Donahue from Una & Robin; two original black & white photographs of Jeffers dated 1934, one showing Robinson & his two sons riding horses; an undated & early photograph of Tor House in Carmel; and a photograph of Robinson, Una, Donnan (son) & wife, Lee, and Dame Judith Anderson, long time friend of Robinson and Una. Laid in is a single-page ALS from Donnan Jeffers to Mr. Donahue thanking him for his kind letter following Robinson's death in 1962. Lester Donahue (1892-1964) was a Los Angeles-born concert pianist and a protégé of the actress Madame Helena Modjeska. Also included is an original black & white photograph of Robinson Jeffers at Tor House, SIGNED and dated 1950, by noted photographer, Ira H. Latour (1919 - 2015), who studied with Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and Minor White. 8vo. 175 pp. A near fine copy in publisher's dustjacket. Item #19226

"The Women at Point Sur is Jeffers' longest poem, a magnificent narrative almost as long as a novel, fully as interesting as any novel can be, and infinitely more stirring to mind and senses than any prose."

Price: $1,600.00

See all items by